By Jean Falbo-Sosnovich
SEYMOUR — State Rep. Len Greene, Jr., R-Beacon Falls, announced he’s seeking a second term to the 105th District seat.
Greene made his announcement Sunday afternoon in front of Seymour Town Hall.
“Two years ago, when I first announced my intention to run for the office of state representative, I made a promise to my constituents … I promised that I would bring common-sense principles back to our state government in Hartford,” Greene said.
Greene cited some of his accomplishments that have benefitted constituents in the 105th District, which includes Seymour, Beacon Falls and Derby. Those include helping secure more than $1.4 million in funding for the Housatonic Wire cleanup in Seymour; new sewers on Chamberlain Road in Seymour and replacement of a dangerous bridge and dilapidated retaining walls on Route 42 in Beacon Falls.
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